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From David Crossley <cross...@apache.org>
Subject Call for Papers Opens for ApacheCon US 2006
Date Sun, 28 May 2006 04:25:36 GMT
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The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) is proud to announce that ApacheCon
US 2006 will be held at the Hilton Hotel in Austin, Texas, October 9 -
13, 2006.

ApacheCon US is the premier conference of the Apache Software
Foundation. This annual event creates a unique platform for the Open
Source community in to come together to gain deep insight into
techniques and methodologies critical to the advancement of Open Source
software, and gain skills to optimize the power and versatility of Apache
software.

The conference brings together ASF members, developers and contributors,
business people, and power users, working with Apache and related software,
to participate in a leading-edge forum to exchange ideas and network with
peers.
The conference begins with two days of intensive half-day and full-day
tutorials, which will offer actionable techniques and methodologies pivotal
to the increasing demand for Open Source software. This year we hope to
offer several intensive trainings that will be 2 - days in lengths.

The three main conference days offer a wide range of beginner, intermediate
and advanced sessions. ApacheCon US attendees will have FIVE tracks to
choose from each days featuring more than 70 sessions, to gain
real-world insight and to learn firsthand the latest developments of key
Open Source projects including the Apache HTTP Server - the world's most
popular web server software.

Come share your knowledge, hit upon new ideas, find solutions and connect
with your peers at this educational, fun-filled gathering of users,
developers, and vendors of Apache software.

The ASF and the conference producer for the ApacheCon US conference
series - Full Circle Productions - invite the Open Source community to
send in session and tutorial proposals for ApacheCon US 2006.

Apache Software Foundation members are designing the technical program for
ApacheCon US 2006, which will feature multiple tracks and dozens of
technical sessions. The program committee is particularly interested in
session and tutorial proposals on the following topics:

* Apache HTTP server topics (installation, configuration, migration, ...)
* All ASF projects such as, Jakarta, mod_perl, XML, and SpamAssassin
* Scripting languages and dynamic content
  (such as Java, Perl, Python, Ruby, XML, XSL, and PHP)
* Security and e-commerce
* Performance tuning, load balancing and high availability
* Technical and non-technical case studies
* New technologies (e.g., Web, Java, XML, and anti-spam)

Regular sessions will be 60 minutes and tutorials will be either
3 or 6 hours. Or 12 hour/2 day sessions.

To submit a proposal, visit http://www.us.apachecon.com/html/cfp-form.html

The deadline for submitting is June 28, 2006

Speaker benefits include:
* travel costs will be covered up to $750.00 for international flights.
* accommodation depending on the number of sessions will be covered
* tutorials speakers will be paid an extra fee for their efforts based
on enrollment
* conference registration fees will be waived

ApacheCon US Team  http://www.apachecon.com/

topics and catagories for the CFP -
Apache HTTP Server
ASF
Build Tools
Case Study
Community
Database
E-Commerce
Java
New Technologies
Performance
Perl
PHP
Python
Ruby
Security
Spam
TCL
Unix
Web Services
Windows
XML

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